Pat Finucane murder - De Silva review ' a paper exercise'

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The level of state collusion uncovered by a report into the murder of Belfast solicitor Pat Finucane is "shocking", Prime Minister David Cameron has said.

However, it concluded that there was "no overarching state conspiracy".

Sir Desmond de Silva's review confirmed that agents of the state were involved in the 1989 killing and that it should have been prevented.

Mr Finucane's widow, Geraldine, has dismissed the report as a "sham" and a "whitewash".

Journalist John Ware, whose 2002 Panorama A Licence to Murder disclosed police and Army collusion in the murder of Pat Finucane, spoke to BBC Newsline following the prime minister's statement.

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